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Re: Double Superimposed Image Preview

Unread postPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:59 am
by mdkai
I am on my way currently , but out of curiosity , is that streamed map file a .tx ? If not you have to convert it first , either by the tx converter manually , or by using yaniks clarisse Survival kit which has that function build in.

Let us know if you require more info on the TX creation process, it's fairly simple but conversion needs to be individually done (For single channel, linear or srgb based textures i.e.)

Cheers
Kai

Re: Double Superimposed Image Preview

Unread postPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 9:14 am
by dboude
Hi,

Ok, Clarisse goes weird when you read textures through streamed map file that have a different bounding box than the resolution. An offset is applied on each mipmap levels.

To resolve this :
- You can remove this bounding box by cropping your texture with a crop node in nuke.
- Or, in Clarisse, set the mipmap quality to 200%. Clarisse will be forced to read the higher mipmap level.
- Or deactivate the mipmap ---> "mipmap mode" set to none.

Cheers ;)

Re: Double Superimposed Image Preview

Unread postPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 1:38 pm
by nadiasantoso
dboude wrote:Hi,

Ok, Clarisse goes weird when you read textures through streamed map file that have a different bounding box than the resolution. An offset is applied on each mipmap levels.

To resolve this :
- You can remove this bounding box by cropping your texture with a crop node in nuke.
- Or, in Clarisse, set the mipmap quality to 200%. Clarisse will be forced to read the higher mipmap level.
- Or deactivate the mipmap ---> "mipmap mode" set to none.

Cheers ;)


Hi,

I've just tried this and it works! Thank you so much!

Cheers,
Nadia